- Former Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has revealed that Ghanaian forward Bernard Morrison gave him goosebumps
- The South African coach was invited to Young Africans media day in Tanzania as the club unveiled new players
- Bernard Morrison rejoined the Tanzanian giants from rivals Simba SC in the summer transfer window
Pitso Mosimane has revealed that he was humbled the Ghanaian forward Bernard Morrison's gesture to him following his arrival in Tanzania.
The former Al Ahly coach was invited by Young Africans for their media day ahead of the new campaign.
Morrison, who rejoined the club this summer, during his introduction to the fans warmly welcome Mosimane who was in the stands.
"The boy [Morrison] really humbled me, first at their training session and the next day he gave me goosebumps shout out in a 50,000-packed stadium full of green and yellow Mwananchi supporters!" Mosimane tweeted.
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Pitso Mosimane is currently unattached after leaving Egyptian giants Al Ahly at the end of the season. The 58-year-old won back-to-back CAF champions League with the Egyptian giants in his first two season.
Meanwhile, Bernard Morrison is hoping to help Young Africans win more titles ahead of the new season.
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